Sport Coat 100% Acrylic Surfacing Systems

The Davis Cup, Legg Mason Tennis Classic, World Senior Tour, NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships, and National Interscholastic Championships were played on Sport Coat Tennis Surface

Players appreciate the deep, rich color and uniform playability of Sport Coat Tennis Surfaces. Our glare-free surfaces are easy on the eyes, provide for a uniform ball bounce, and sure-footed traction. Sport Coat can be adjusted upon installation to play fast, medium, or slow depending upon owner’s preferences.

Durability: A Sport Coat Surface protects your underlying asphalt surface from harmful oxidation and wear. Our space-age acrylic binders, fiber, and mineral additives, combined with U.V. inhibitors, “lock together” to create a protective layer that resists premature wear and discoloration.

Fade Resistance: Time tells the difference between a normal coating and a Sport Coat Brand Coating. Sport Coat surfaces utilize the best quality color pigments and enhancers to ensure that the original, rich, color tone lasts the life of the surface.

Standard Non-Resilient or Resilient Surfacing: Sport Turf Resilient Surfacing System is comprised of multiple layers of rubber particles to provide a dense, cushioned playing surface. It is an ideal surface for locations where a clay court is not practical but where a soft, forgiving playing surface is required.

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Tom Gullickson, US Davis Cup Captain “The Sport Court Surface was exactly what we needed for our match against Australia, it was customized to provide a slow play surface to neutralize the power games of Rafter, Phillipoussis and ‘The Woodies'”, .

Pete Sampras …”it [Sport Coat Tennis Surface] gave myself and Michael [Chang] a little bit more time to return their shots … specially Phillipoussis who serves so big … I really  would much rather play on a court like this… [Compared to the U.S. Open]

Michael Chang... “the court is a little bit slower and I have a little more time to react to returns … also to set up for passing shots or lobs … it [the court surface] can really make a difference between getting it by him or him putting away a volley.”